Five days of north wind in June last week called for some thinking “outside the box.” Such an unprecedented weather pattern makes things challenging, and we made the best of it. Going to Cedar Bayou and crossing over to fish the surf for reds, freelining shrimp or the rock piles in Ingleside for snapper, and hunting down green water in unusual places for good trout action. In the last few days the weather has returned to more normal with southeast winds and scattered showers. This has gotten the fish fired back up in true June fashion, with good numbers of trout and drum and some reds scattered in. I am down to only two days left in July, 20&28, so if you want to get in on this action you have to act fast.